— SELINSGROVE -- The Selinsgrove High School Class of 1946 met for its 67th class reunion Aug. 24 at the Carriage Corner restaurant, Mifflinburg. Those attending, from left, front row, Jean Hare Herman, Rachel Heintzelman Moad, Pauline Kratzer Dwin, Helen Hollenback Stover, Katherine Musselman Hollingsworth, Edith Klingler, Jeanne Ludwig Weber; back row, Kenneth McIntosh, Charles Gaugler, Richard Wetzel, Donald Schuck, Shirley Fisher Dagle, Ethel Emery Bilger, David Bilger, and Wilfred Duncan.
Susquehanna University Welcomes New Chaplain
SELINSGROVE — The Rev. Scott M. Kershner will join Susquehanna University as its new chaplain in January.Continued ...
Applications for homestead/farmstead exclusions available
MIDDLEBURG — Applications for homestead/farmstead exclusions are available from Dec. 15 through March 1, 2014 for residents of Snyder County. The applications can be obtained in the Snyder County Assessment Office. Applications must be filed by March 1, 2014.Continued ...
Midd-West to allow more public participation in meetings
MIDDLEBURG — The Midd-West school board’s public meetings will be conducted in a new way to allow more visitor participation.Continued ...
Midd-West Arts Residency
MIDDLEBURG — Midd-West High School hosts its fourth art residency program made possible by a donation from the 2013 graduate class.Continued ...
$17M Snyder County budget has $974G shortfall
MIDDLEBURG — A tentative $17.33 million Snyder County spending plan for 2014 was unanimously adopted despite the commissioners’ vow to trim a nearly $1 million budget shortfall.Continued ...
DA seeks to delay trial in grandma's death
MIDDLEBURG — Snyder County District Attorney Michael Piecuch is requesting an extension on the state’s speedy trial statute in connection with the homicide case against Jennifer K. Snook, who is accused of conspiring with her husband in his grandmother’s fatal stabbing last February.Continued ...
Middleburg Joint High School Class of 1963
MIDDLEBURG -- The Middleburg Joint High School Class of 1963 met recently for its 50th class reunion.Continued ...
Selinsgrove council to hold line on taxes
SELINSGROVE — The Borough Council has adopted a preliminary $1.4 million budget for 2014 that carries no tax increase after learning of a $115,000 surplus.Continued ...
- Susquehanna University Welcomes New Chaplain